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NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
& NATIVE
AMERICANS

ON POSTCARDS & POST CARDS

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Indian_AbenakieIndiansWhite-1001.jpg (344102 bytes)ABENAKIE. "ABENAKIE INDIANS, WHITE MTS., N. H.  39" showing a roadside stand with 'CAMP No.2' carved over the doorway, unused white-border era postcard from J. V. Hartman & Company, small corner crease, minor corner wear. $5.00 inr%

Dance_5725SunD-200_small.jpg Native American post card available from Judnick.comACOMA. "5725. SUN DANCE OF THE ACOMA INDIANS / Each year on the 2nd of September is cele- / brated at Acoma the half-pagan, half-Christian / Sista de San Esteban. ..." postcard with July 1953 date written neatly on back, which we do not doubt. Their reservation is in New Mexico. $3.00 di(a)n(a)*

ACOMA. "ACOMA, INDIAN PUEBLO, 'THE CITY OF THE SKY / 3A-H39" circa-1933 view on linen postcard with rough edges as issued, mailed JUN 20 1943 to Mrs. E. R. Capewell in Roseville Ohio, small upper corner crease, a little edge wear at the top. $2.50 n(a)i(a) NEW / NY / NOUVEAU / ÚJ

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ALASKAN ESKIMO. "Alaska Eskimos" showing a seated group of nine, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at Abilene Texas McMurry Station, faint small corner crease. $1.75 ai

ALASKAN ESKIMO. "Kayak paddlers in Alaska" showing 2 Eskimos, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at East Alton Illinois. $1.50 ai

ALASKAN ESKIMO. "Six Little Arctic Native" three of which are cute puppies. Minor corner wear & rounding. $6.50

ALBERTA. "Indian Village. Calgary Stampede. white-border era. $4.00

Alberta_Calgary_ViewOf-200_small.JPG Alberta post card available from Judnick.comALBERTA. "View of Indian events, which are held / annually outside the Hotel Royal during / the world famous Calgary Stampede." postcard showing an Indian on horseback in full regalia riding past the hotel's Starlight Coffee Shop, noticeable crease at an upper corner but the costuming details will soon move your eyes elsewhere. $1.75 aci

ALGONQUIN. "JAMESTOWN, VIRGINIA / Chief Powhatan's Lodge, Jamestown Festival / Park. The settlers found the Algonquin In- / dians living in 'long houses' like this." unused early chrome postcard, faint rubber band mark on front, long corner bend, small bottom corner crease, other minor corner & edge wear. As is. $0.50 iv

ALGONQUIN. "JAMESTOWN, VIRGINIA / Replica of an Algonquin Indian 'long house' / stands near the reconstructed James Fort ..." including a dugout canoe & furs stretched outside, unused early chrome postcard, small faint upper corner crease. $0.75 iv

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AMATECAS. "9100  INDIAS AMATECAS. MÉXICO." showing three young Indian women in traditional attire, unused tarjeta postal with undivided back from the Detroit Publishing Company, trivial wear to the bottom corners, otherwise excellent & surprisingly fresh condition. Few in numbers, but preserving their culture nonetheless, most can be found in the village of Amatlan de los Reyes, in the Veracruz state of Mexico. $12.00 m(v)di(a)

Indians_Apache_615-100.jpg (347328 bytes)APACHE. "615 / Al-Che-Say, Noted /  Apache Scout, White / River Agency, Ariz. / On line of Santa Fe Ry." also showing his family by a tent, color, unused, published by Williamson Haffner Company, one corner crushed, slight yellowing of the paper on back. The area designation is now obsolete. $6.00 ira

APACHE. "No. 15--TUCUMCARI MOUNTAIN, N. M." linen postcard with fresh colors, mailed JUN 22 1943 (light R.P.O. hand cancel) to Mrs. E. R. Capewell in Roseville Ohio, very light toning on back probably from an album, good edges. Lengthy explanation of the mountain name, derived from an Apache legend, printed on back. $2.50 n(t)mi

APACHE. "Warrior at Navaho Rio, Arizona". Linen published by Fred Harvey. Excellent condition. $5.50

APACHE (ARIZONA). "Apache Indian and children, Arizona". Unused, corner wear & rounding. $5.00


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APACHE (ARIZONA). "White Mountain Apache girl, Arizona". Williamson-Hafner published. Unused, light edge wear. $6.50

Wyoming_SaintStephens_Arapahoe-200_small.JPG from Judnick.comARAPAHO / ARAPAHOE. "Arapahoe Children - Saint Stephens Mission / St. Stephens P. O., Wyoming" showing 5 children in traditional attire, black & white card, circa 1958. This Catholic mission ministers to the Arapahoe & Shoshoni Indians from the Wind River Reservation. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 wci

Wyoming_SaintStephens_Multiview-200_small.JPG from Judnick.comARAPAHO & SHOSHONI / ARAPAHOE & SHOSHONE. "Saint Stephen's / Mission // St. Stephens / Wyoming" multiview Espeprint postcard bearing a JUN 24 1958 hand cancel (but no stamp) & an interesting & lengthy note about the facility all over the back by L. M. Miles, SJ. Nine views include: chapel, shrine, main building, chapel interior, sisters building, gymnasium exterior & interior, etc. A little wear to one upper corner & a little toning along one short front edge. This Catholic mission ministers to the Arapahoe & Shoshoni Indians from the Wind River Reservation. $8.00 wcmi

Wyoming_FortWashakie_W7JKY-200_small.jpg Indian QSL card available from LotsOfCards.comARAPAHO & SHOSHONI / ARAPAHOE & SHOSHONE.  "W7JKY" Wind River Indian Reservation QSL card with patriotic eagle design on brownish paper, mailed 1949 by operator K. W. 'Dick' Dixon, tiny ding in top edge, uneven toning from contact with other cards. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wi

ARIZONA. "NEWSPAPER ROCK" showing many Indian petroglyphs, unused Petley chrome post card numbered 57475 on back, fairly fresh. $1.25 aip

ASSINIBOINE. "YOUR / CHILD? // Yah--Roads Been Bad Out Our Way." cartoon in black & white depicting the issuance of a marriage license to an Indian couple, postcard from Western Stationery Company, lightly toned front mostly in borders, 2 tiny spots on back. From an etching by the noted Assiniboine Indian artist William Standing. SALE IN PROGRESS ai*%

Mexico_CuitlahuacMonument-200_small.jpg indian post card scan available from LotsOfCards.comAZTEC / AZTECS. [Cuitlahuac Monument, Mexico City, honoring the second last Aztec ruler who fought Spanish occupation], with Mexican soldiers & flags; fairly fresh. Postcard sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 m(d)m(m)fi(a)

Indians_HaydenPlanetarium-100.jpg (267881 bytes)BLACKFOOT. "HAYDEN PLANETARIUM--AMERICAN INDIAN STAR MYTHS" including the Blackfoot Sun God and Moon Goddess as painted by artist Charles R. Knight, black & white on yellowish paper, unused, fairly fresh. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 iaa

BLACKFOOT. "Showing his newly acquired war bonnet". Converted to a QSL card from Cascade Colorado. Mailed 1977. Badly creased. $2.50

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BLOOD PEOPLE (BLACKFOOT CONFEDERACY)
. "PO-TI-NAH" wearing buckskin & fur hat, holding bow & arrows; post card from the Anglo Indian Series, unused, heavily toned back from album contact. Another series named his tribe; this series is more scarce. $6.00 i
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
. "Totem Poles, Alert Bay, British Columbia" color postcard, mailed TCV to Illinois where it was forwarded 1931, back lightly toned, small corner crease, minor corner & edge wear. Possibly the work of Kwakiutl Indians. $3.75 bi

Colorado_CheyenneMountain_Grave_small.jpg (4197 bytes)CALIFORNIA. "8407. Helen Hunt's Grave, Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado" marked by initials in trees, color, circa 1915, unused. $3.00 Helen Hunt Jackson was a social activist who published a novel highlighting the injustices done to California's Indians--see Image File, Vol. 11, No. 2, published by the Lake County Museum. $3.00 (aswi)

CANADA. Wanted to buy--Canadian Indian real photo postcards published by Neurdein (ND trademark) circa 1905 - 1910. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c

CARIBOU ESKIMOS. "Building a(sic) igloo, Caribou / Eskimos, Canada" showing blocks of ice being fitted together; home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1965 at Mount Jewett Pennsylvania, lower corner crease. More specifically, we can be sure the location is in the Keewatin Region of the Northwest Territories. $1.75 in

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CARIBOU ESKIMOS. "Caribou Eskimos, Canada" showing 2 women at an encampment, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 from Milton Pennsylvania. More specifically, we can be sure the location is in the Keewatin Region of the Northwest Territories. $2.00 in& NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

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CARIBOU INUIT / CARIBOU ESKIMO. "Caribou Eskimos, Canada" showing the carving of meat outside a shelter, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1965 from Fisher Illinois. More specifically, we can be sure the location is in the Keewatin Region of the Northwest Territories. $2.00 in

CARIBS. "DOMINICA" oversize (approx. 5"x7") multiview post card showing Carib Indians with musical instruments & handicrafts, from photographs by Cecil Clarke, excellent condition. $1.75 di

CHEROKEE (NORTH CAROLINA). "262 / Cherokee Indian Pottery and Bead Maker -- Cherokee Indian /  Reservation, North Carolina" showing a seated woman with her wares, unused early chrome, published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, slight yellowing of the paper with age on back, good edges. $2.00 ip

CHEROKEE (NORTH CAROLINA). "562--Weaver of Baskets, Cherokee Indian Reservation, Cherokee, N. C. / PHOTO BY CARLOS CAMPBELL" linen from Harry N. Martin, unused, small corner crease, small corner bend, minor corner wear. $2.00 ip

CHEROKEE (NORTH CAROLINA). "A primitive hunter, Cherokee Indian with bow and arrow on Cherokee Indian Reservation, Cherokee, N.C." white-border era, SNE showing mostly on back. $4.50

CHEROKEE. "Cherokee" Cap de la Madeleine Québec QSL card with striking Runnin' Bare style commissioned art of an Indian on horseback, unused, fresh appearance. $2.00 qi

Capitol_CherokeeCounty-200_small.jpg Cherokee Indian postcards available from LotsOfCovers.comCHEROKEE. "Cherokee Country in Oklahoma. The former Cherokee Capitol at / Tahlequah Okla." with art attributed to Charles Banks WIlson, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1963 at Tahlequah, tiny upper corner crease, bend with wear at the other upper corner. Despite the handwritten caption, Tahlequah is still the capital of the Cherokee Nation and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians. $3.00 oaic

CHEROKEE. "CM-41 / LITTLE CARL - Cherokee Indian -- Cherokee Indian Reser- / vation, North Carolina. The Qualla Reservation ..." showing a little boy standing in traditional attire but not looking too happy about it; unused chrome post card from a photo by Walter Cline, excellent condition. $1.00 ibn(q)

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CHEROKEE. "G-231 ENTRANCE TO MOUNTAINSIDE THEATRE, QUALLA INDIAN RESERVATION, CHEROKEE, N.C." linen post card, near mint. $3.75 nti

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CHEROKEE. Indian chief on his reservation adjoining the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. His warpaint makes it look like the card is striped, but it is not. Linen era. $4.00


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CHEROKEE. "K-21 / CHEROKEE INDIAN MAKING POTTERY, on Cherokee / Indian Reservation, adjoining the Great Smoky Mountains / National Park" unused chrome from Asheville Post Card Company, well composed, excellent condition. $2.00 pi

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CHEROKEE (NORTH CAROLINA). "N331:-AN EXHIBITION OF SKILL BY A CHEROKEE MARKSMAN /  WITH BOW AND ARROW, CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, CHEROKEE, N.C." unused linen from Asheville Post Card Company, fairly fresh but for one faint tiny spot in the upper front border, good edges. $2.25 ia

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CHEROKEE: "N332:- A PRIMITIVE HUNTER, CHEROKEE INDIAN WITH BOW AND ARROW / ON CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, CHEROKEE, N. C 46753" missing period after C, unused linen from Asheville Post Card Company, fresh appearance & good edges. $2.50 ain

Indians_Cherokee_N732-200_small.jpg Native American postcards available at Judnick.comCHEROKEE. "N732:-ANI-TSAGE (INDIAN BALL) BEING PLAYED BY CHEROKEE INDIANS ON RESERVATION. / IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA ADJOINING GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK  47067" an action scene from unused white-border era postcard, one bottom corner with a tiny crease & small bend, tiny spot of in the upper front caption, otherwise fairly fresh. We have seen the more common linen postcard with this scene auctioned off as high as $24.50, but we need only $12.00. i(c)s(m)n(w)

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CHEYENNE. "5708. Chief Wolf Robe" with his bow & arrows; color from Hament Publishing Company, very late usage at Indian Head Pennsylvania, small corner crease, minor corner & edge wear. Top of the back message area has a form for name & rank of a presumed US Army sender. $5.50 ia

CHICKASAW. Wanted to buy--photos of named Chickasaw women. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c

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CHIPEWYAN / Denésoliné / Dënesųłiné. "In Churchill Manitoba / Old-time Chipewyan Indians / come across vast fields of snow / to parade at Fort Prince of Wales" well done home-made postcard mailed 1961 from Coats Kansas. Part of the signature of W. Landon Kihn '48, a specialist in American Indian art, shows at the bottom left front. Nice! $3.00 a(k)imw

CHIPEWYAN / Denésoliné / Dënesųłiné. "Old-time Chipewyan Indians on / their treck(sic) across the vast fields of / snow to trade at Fort Prince of Wales, Churchill, Manitoba" well done home-made post card mailed 1962 from Verdon Nebraska, a little extra cancel ink on back, good edges. Probable W. Landon Kihn art. $3.00 m(c)iw

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CHIPPEWA (MICHIGAN). "Chief Blue Moon, Saginaw Valley Chippewa Indian". Autographed by him on the back. One corner creased (inconspicuous). $4.50 (i)%

CHITIMACHA or CHOCTAW. Wanted to buy--postcards featuring these indigenous peoples, so that we may restock. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros!

   
CHUMASH. "Santa Barbara Mission" post card number 104 with undivided back, published by M. Rieder in Los Angeles, mailed JAN 9 1911 aboard the USS California to Master Elmer Leisse in Saint Louis Missouri, mild corner wear & rounding, short tear in the right front center edge, other edge wear minor, light uneven toning on the back. This example of Spanish Colonial architecture was a Franciscan mission to the Chumash tribe. $10.00 c(s)i(c)a-n(c)
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Arizona_Yuma_Indians-200_small.jpg Indian post card available from Judnick.comCOCOPAH. "Indians selling bead work, Yuma, Arizona." postcard with 2 pencilled numbers on back, also a light rubber band mark & small thin on back. Likely these are Cocopah Tribe members, known for their museum-quality bead work. Back reference: 'On the Road of a Thousand Wonders' referring to a route of the Southern Pacific railroad. $4.75 a(y)i(c)p

COLORADO PREHISTORIC. Indian petroglyphs. Homemade (and, hence, unique) postcard made from a magazine illustration and mailed 1964. Interesting. $3.00

CONNECTICUT. Wanted to buy--older post cards about Native Americans in Connecticut. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c

CREEK (ALABAMA). "Battle of Mauvilla" painting depicting the bloodiest battle every fought in America (1540, between DeSoto's Spaniards & Creek men and women in what is now Alabama); chrome, mailed, cancel ink on front. $1.00 ih

CROW. "Crow Indian Madonna  42152" wrapped in a beautiful blanket, unused linen sold by L. R. Hollister, slight yellowing of the paper with age on back, one bottom corner faintly creased, another corner with mild wear. $2.00 im

DELAWARE. "11LC-1167 / MAKING JERKY / Two Indian ladies of the Delaware tribe.." making it from slaughtered beef, chrome postcard mailed 1966 to Indiana, unusual subject matter. $1.50 if

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DELAWARE
. "Colonel Armstrong Monument / RIVERFRONT PARK, KITTANNING, PA. / Photo courtesy Leister Studio, Kittanning / ..." black & white post card in vertical format, made by The Tecraft Company, unused, good edges. Unveiled in September 1926, the monument memorializes Lieutenant Colonel John Armstrong & his son who successfully drove off the Delaware Indians in 1756. $2.75 p(k)ghi

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DUWAMISH (LUSHOOTSEED).
"166 - PRINCESS ANGELINE" showing a portrait of the eldest daughter of Chief Seattle, a Duwamish Native American; Mitchell-published post card with legible writing all over the back, minor corner & edge wear. $6.50 mi

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ESKIMO. 18 August 2000 Greenland drum dancer semi-postal stamp issue complete on maximum card. $3.50 gmdi-gmd

ESKIMO. "762 - ESKIMOS OF ALASKA AND SIBERIA" a group of women onshore with a baby, kayak in the distance; unused divided back postcard published by Edward H. Mitchell, back paper browning evenly with age, minor corner rounding. $4.25 a(u)msi

ESKIMO. "Alaska. Eskimo woman / after ice fishing." with her equipment & her catch, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 from Prairieville Louisiana. $1.75 ai


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ESKIMO. "A Quartette from / the Frozen North" showing 5 Eskimo girls & some barrels, color from Lowman & Hanford Company (numbered 5153 on back), corner crease, unused, toned back, mild corner wear. $2.50 i

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ESKIMO. "ESKIMO SWING" picturing a seated group all with arms upraised; unused, black & white postcard published by Northwest Magazine Distributors, good edges. $2.50 i

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ESKIMO. "Eskimo women of Thule Greenland" showing a group of 10 posed at the end of a boat, well done homemade (and, therefore, unique) post card, mailed 1962 from Kiron Iowa. $3.50 gi

ESKIMO. "Eskimo Youngsters ' Go Un-Native' / in Boots, Jeans, and Plaid Shirts / Caps round out the 'new look' beside the Inmachuk River at Deering" in Alaska, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 at Huslia Alaska, small scrape on the front at first conjured up a chunk of ice. $1.50 ia

ESKIMO. "King Island Dancers  PHOTO BY MEL ANDERSON" unused continental Alaska Joe postcard with scalloped edges as issued, excellent condition. During limited winter daylight, these dances took place in a communal house to pass the time & to recount ancient tales. By 1970 all King Islanders had moved to the mainland, but their traditions are kept alive. $2.50 a(k)di

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ESKIMO. "KOBUK MARY KOTZEBUE, ALASKA FHW 96" real photo with glossy finish mailed there 1956. tape residue & thin mar back, small corner crease, 2 small spots of toning in upper left front border. $5.50 ein

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ESKIMO. "Native Woman of Cape York, Alaska" from a F. H. Nowell photo, mailed 1947 from Juneau, by Portland Post Card for AYP Expo (90519), corner & edge wear, partial cancel on front, back paper browning with age. $5.50 aei

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ESKIMO. "Obleka, Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska. / Photo copyrighted by F. H. Newell." from Portland Post Card Co. for 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, corner & edge wear, slight yellowing of the paper with age, Portland Post Card Co. for AYP Expo. corner & edge wear. $7.50 aei

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ESKIMO.
"P-1391 'Small Fry' Unalaska" sepia-tone Ekc real photo of an Eskimo boy with pipe in mouth, trivial corner wear. Location is in the Aleutians West, Alaska. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.75 (absi)

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ESKIMO. "R-201  Eskimo Seal Hunter - Bering Sea" sepia-tone real photo with good contrast & focus, mailed 1950 at Anchorage. small corner crease. $7.00 aih

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ESKIMO. Wanted to buy--better postcards showing Eskimos at expositions or world's fairs. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c


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ESKIMO. "Washday in the Arctic" showing cute child by washtub. Mailed 1914, with considerable corner wear & rounding. $6.50

ESKIMO (ALBERTA). "Eskimos on the way home from Edmonton Lake to a plane" a homemade (and, hence, unique) card made well from a magazine illustration. Mailed 1963. $3.00

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FLATHEAD. "An Indian Celebration near St. Ignatius, Montana. / The colorful ceremonial dress of the western Indian is / ..." unused chrome from Western Souvenirs, tiny scrape in sky. $2.00 mi



FREMONT
. "ES-1002 / FREMONT INDIAN PETROGLYPHS / Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah / ..." unused chrome post card from Seaich Card & Souvenir Corp. $1.25 u(c)ip
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HAWAIIAN. Please see Native Hawaiian below. In common parlance 'Hawaiian' is too vague--i.e., anyone who live in the state of Hawaii.

Tinted114_small.jpg indigenous peoples postcards available from Judnick.comHOPEWELL CULTURE. "Copyright 1905 by the Rotograph Co. / 4508  The Historical Mounds, Idlewilde Park, Newark, O. / Handcolored" including a group of resting children for scale, post card with undivided back, name written on back, good edges. The mounds were engineered by Indians of the Hopewell culture, 160 BC - 310 AD (by carbon dating). In 1905 the mounds shown were being used as part of an amusement park operated by R. C. Lingafelter. Hard to find! $10.00 o(n)hai

HOPEWELL CULTURE. "Up Ft Ancient Hill" in Warren County Ohio; sepia-tone real photo post card mailed SEP 24 1914 to Mr. D. B. Reed in Somerville Ohio by motorcycle salesman Richard Morrison in Middletown Ohio who wrote on back with surprising candor: 'Started over Sunday morning and broke down near Jacksonburg had to walk home. If I can still be of service to you let me know. If you see [name] tell him I have a fork spring for him.' A fork spring suspension allows a motorcycle to travel off-road or race in motocross events (a fairly new sport at that time). One of the main advantages of motorcycle travel to a bicyclist would be the ability to easily climb hills. The Fort Ancient hills are actually a collection of earthenworks or mounds built by the Hopewell peoples circa 1st century BC - 6th century AD. $35.00 o(f)ia

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Arizona_GrandCanyon_8798FredHarvey-120.JPG (321253 bytes)HOPI (ARIZONA). "8798 THE HOPI HOUSE, GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA. FRED HARVEY." unused postcard from the undivided-back era, album impressions at the corners, minor corner & edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.75 aif


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HOPI ART.  Lot of 20 continental post cards in excellent condition, many still in booklet form as issued, with art by Hopi artist Cliff Bahnimptewa  inspired by Kachina dolls in the world-famous Heard Museum. Detailed explanations on the backs place provide connections with specific religious rituals & their spiritual significance. Examples shown above, left-to-right: Hemis, from the Home Dance; Tocha, Bean Dance; & Sio Hemis Ta-amu, uncommon representation of the Zunis. The backs of these cards incorrectly spell the artist's name as Bahnimprewa, so it is not likely that many of these were sold. All 20 for $15.00 mridda


HOPI (ARIZONA). Basket dance. Unused Fred Harvey card in nice condition. $5.00

Arizona_H-1914_HopiIndianHouse.jpg (183950 bytes)HOPI. "H-1914 THE HOPI HOUSE, GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, ARIZONA" unused Fred Harvey linen, numbered 7A-H691 on back, trivial wear at one corner, fairly fresh. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ai

HOPI (ARIZONA). Hopi snake dance. Fred Harvey published linen. Unused. $4.75

HOPI. "KACHINA DOLLS / This Hotea Kachina (left) and Balhiknana Kachina / (right) are beautiful specimens of the Hopi Indian / ..." chrome postcard with pencil writing on back, couple tiny nicks of edge wear. $1.50 di

HOPI. "'Kwaho', the eagle, Kachina / Indian doll. At rituals, they / they(sic) are distributed to small girls" showing a close-up, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Milburn Oklahoma. $2.25 di


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IROQUOIS. "GENERAL VIEW OF THE IROQUOIS INDIAN VILLAGE OF CAUGHNAWAGA, NEAR MONTREAL." white-border era carte postale, printed in Saxony, unused, corner & edge wear. $4.00 qi
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IROQUOIS (NEW YORK). "Iroquois Indian exhibit--return of the Mohawk warriors--Scene, Sprakers. State Museum, Education Building, Albany, N.Y." white-border era, faint crease, unused. $2,75

IROQUOIS (NEW YORK). "Iroquois Indian Exhibit--Seneca Hunter Group--Scene, Canandaigua Lake. / State Museum, Education Building, Albany, N. Y." color, circa 1918, no postcard back. $2.00 ni. Same but with postcard back, published by C. W. Hughes & Company, slight yellowing of the paper with age on back. $2.00 in

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IROQUOIS (NEW YORK). "Iroquois Indian Exhibit--The Return of Hiawatha. /  State Museum, Education Building, Albany, N. Y. $2.00 inm

IROQUOIS (NEW YORK). "Iroquois Indian exhibit--The sun worshippers. State Museum, Education Building, Albany, N.Y." white-border era, unused. $3.25

IROQUOIS (CANADA). "MUSEE HISTORIQUE CANADIEN INC. /  MONTREAL, CANADA" 'KATERI TEKAKWITHA' / La petite Sainte Iroquise  The Little Iroquois Saint" unused linen postcard, 3 album paste spots on the back, thinning in the stamp box area due to album removal. Unusual subject matter. $3.00 ic

KANSAS. "12:-'THE SCOUT,' PENN VALLEY PARK, KANSAS CITY, MO." showing a sculpture of an Indian / Native American with bow & arrow astride his horse, unused white-border era postcard published by Max Bernstein, soft corners. $3.50 msi

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KUTCHIN / GWICHIN / GWICH'IN. "Kutchin Indians of Yukon River Basin at a tribal dance." in Northern Alaska, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 from Abbyville Kansas, one lower corner with 2 faint creases. $2.25 i(k)a(y)d

LAC LA RONGE FIRST NATION (Saskatchewan). "NORTHERN INDIAN HANDICRAFT / Box 265 / Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada" mailed from Robinson Maine in 1975, scalloped edges as issued, upper corner crease. Back advertises the kinds of goods available there. $1.25 s(l)i(s)i(l) NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

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LENNI LENAPE / DELAWARE. "Friends / ROLLED KILN DRIED / Oats // Muscatine Oat Meal Co. / MUSCATINE, IOWA" art including a girl, box of White Oats & the company itself; back also in full color depicts William Penn Making Friends with the Delaware Indians by presenting them with a box of oats. Noticeable edge wear & light toning both sides. This advertising card is the size of a regular postcard. $14.00 aiifg

MARICOPA (ARIZONA). "Indian dwellings, Maricopa Reservation, Phoenix, Ariz." Unused with just a bit of corner wear & rounding. $7.50

MARYLAND. "Powhatan's Chimney: Did Settlers Build a Home Here for the Indian Chief?" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961. $2.00 mi

MENOMINEE. "V20  Rainbow Falls on the West Branch of the Wolf River, Menominee Indian Reservation." postcard mailed 1958, small upper corner crease, worn corners, lacks freshness. $1.00 w(m)wi NEW / NEU / NOVO

"V29-I14  Spirit Rock--Menominee Indian Reservation // Short Drive from Shawano on Hi-way 47  1B-H1781" postcard mailed 1951 from Clintonville Wisconsin to Mafalda Schmidt in Barrington Illinois, tiny upper corner crease, both bottom corners with minor wear. $2.50 w(m)i NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO

MENOMINEE. "V-30  Big Smoky Falls, Wolf River, Menominee Indian Reservation / Short Drive from Shawano, Wisconsin, off Highway 44  4B-H902 / PHOTO BY WISCONSIN CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT, MADISON, WISCONSIN" " post card mailed 1959, one corner toned both sides. $1.25 w(m)wi

Iowa_Tama_Mus-qua-kie-200_small.jpg Indian postcards available from Judnick.comMESKWAKI / MESQAUKIE / MESKWAHKI. "MUS-QUA-KIE INDIAN SUMMER WI-KE-UP, TAMA, IOWA" mailed there 1906 to Gay J. Townsend in Sandusky Ohio, a lot of corner & edge wear, toning both sides, thin along the top front edge takes out a bit of sky. Message on front reads in part: 'My summer home ... June 28, 1906'. The Indians referred to are often spelled Meskwaki / Mesquakie / Meskwahki. As is. A rare postcard: we found none for sale or even exhibited when we searched the Internet. $8.50 i(t)i(m)

Iowa_Tama_Indian-200_small.jpg Native American postcard available from Judnick.comMESKWAKI / MESQAUKIE / MESKWAHKI. "Indian Series. Making Beadwork.  News, Tama, Iowa" undivided back post card mailed 1907 at Toledo Iowa, light toning both sides, long internal crease, minor corner & edge wear. Undoubtedly Meskwaki / Mesquakie / Meskwahki Indians. A rare postcard: we found none for sale or even exhibited when we searched the Internet. $10.00 i(t)i(m)

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Mexico_062_small.jpg indigenous people post cards available from Judnick.comMEXICAN. "Mexican Indian Woman" beside her horse in a desert setting, color postcard mailed 1926, clumsy stamp removal generated several noticeable creases on front, minor corner wear, as is. $1.75 m(g)i. Same but unused, much better condition, only a little light toning on the back. Shown. $2.75 m(g)i


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MEXICAN. "Mexico / Tipo de Indigena / J. Granat, Mexico. 6480." unused tarjeta postal with undivided back, minor edge wear, light album marks at the front corners, red check mark on back will not erase. $4.25 m(g)i

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MEXICAN. "MEXICO.  UNA INDITA." showing a small Indian girl bearing some things to sell, unused sepia-tone real photo tarjeta postal, editada por F. I. Fernando, minor wear to one bottom corner. Crisp focus provides costuming details. Hard to find. $8.50 m(g)i(m)g

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MEXICAN. "México.  Tipos indios / Latapi y Bert, Apartado 922, Mexico. 6366" showing a group of indigenous people near their flower stand, corner & edge wear, speckles of cancel ink showing in the borders. Post card
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MICMAC / MI'KMAQ / MIKMAQ. "About 1879. / Beside Bras d'Or Lake, Nova Scotia. / A Micmac Indian squaw scrapes / a hide with a wooden scraper." with unattributed art on a well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1961 from Emmett Kansas, minor wear to one upper corner not affecting the image.$2.25 ni!

MINGO. "Logan Elm, / Near Circleville, Ohio. / ... / Message of Logan, / the Mingo Chief, to the White Men, / Delivered / under this tree in 1774 / ..." continues quoting the speech in full; postcard printed in Germany (n. N. 1835/1), mailed at Circleville circa 1910 to Mr. Don Eli in Galion Ohio, lightly toned both sides, trivial corner wear. This historic tree succumbed to Dutch Elm Disease & storm damage in 1964. The quotation is thought to be the most famous speech ever uttered by a Native American. Hard to find! $7.50 o(c)i(m)th NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

MISSOURI. "Indian Picture Puzzles / Some of the petrogylphys found / near Holliday, Mo." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed there 1961 (small smear in cancel ink). Prehistoric. $2.50 mpi

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"Musical Rocks In / BLUFF DWELLERS CAVE // Noel Ozark Photo Shop / 24" unused sepia-tone Azo real photo (squares in corners, 1924-1949) post card, name & state written in front borders, slight curl to the paper. In the Ozark Mountains of Southwest Missouri, and occupied by Indians circa 8000 BC to 1000 BC. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 m(o)ci(a)

Missouri_BluffDwellersCave_Soda-100.jpg (267596 bytes)MISSOURI. "Soda Fountain In / Bluff Dwellers / Cave, near Noel, MO. // Noel Ozark Photo Shop / 28" unused sepia-tone Azo real photo (squares in corners, 1924-1949) postcard, name written in bottom front border, slight curl to the paper. In Southwest Missouri and occupied by Indians circa 8000 BC to 1000 BC. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 m(b)ci(m)

Indians_5511Moki_DetroitPhotographic.jpg (171540 bytes)MOKI. "5511. MOKI INDIAN WOMAN MAKING POTTERY /  COPYRIGHT 1899 BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC" color on brownish paper mailed 1905 at Shepard Ohio, lightly toned back, lightly toned front, corner wear & rounding. $8.00 ipd*

MONTANA. "Montana" showing children with backs to the viewer encountering Indian men in full regalia, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at Kingston Rhode Island, minor corner & edge wear. $1.75 im


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MONTANA. "MONTANA INDIAN MAIDEN" in full regalia standing next to a horse, unused chrome postcard in vertical format, fairly fresh. $2.00 i

NATIVE HAWAIIAN. "HAWAIIAN GRASS HUT, HONOLULU, T. H." including a native Hawaiian man seated nearby; white-border era post card produced exclusively for the Island Curior Company there, very late usage at Captain Cook Hawaii, small creased & crushed bottom corner, other corners with minor wear, a little toning on back from an excess of cancel ink. $3.50 h(u)i

Indians_10993NavajoI-120.jpg (432661 bytes)NAVAHO / Naabeehó (ARIZONA). "10993 NAVAHO INDIANS GAMBLING, ARIZONA FRED HARVEY" in the open playing cards with onlookers, color Phostint postcard from Detroit Publishing, unused, album impressions at the corners, fairly fresh. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.75 acdfi!

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "341  'NAVAJO LAND' / 3A-H41" showing Indians around a campfire near a covered wagon, exceptionally colorful Curteich linen postcard on yellowish paper, unused, one soft corner. $2.50 i

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NAVAHO / Naabeehó
. "5712.  Juan Pedro, Navajo  Cpr. W. R. Walton" unused post card with printed generalizations on the back about those indigenous peoples, tiny bottom corner crease, circa 1-inch internal crease from left front edge, a lot of wear at one bottom corner, other edge wear is minor. $3.00 i(n)

Indian_ANavajosHogan-200_small.jpg Indian postcards available from Judnick.comNAVAHO / Naabeehó. "A Navajo's hogan, outdoor stove / and summer dweling(sic). / Ptg. by Nello T. Guadagnoli" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1960 at Zuni New Mexico, minor edge wear & a tiny corner bend. $2.25 ia(g)

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "How Navajo Indian rugs are made". Linen post card mailed 1951, with pertinent information on the back. $4.25

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "HOW NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS ARE MADE  27 / SEE OTHER SIDE  ©   3A-H710" showing weaving in progress outdoors, linen postcard in vertical format, much pertinent information on the back, mailed 1941. $4.50 iw

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NAVAHO / Naabeehó.
"I-54  Navajo Silversmith Plying His Trade /  3B-H1398" unused linen postcard, printed in 1942 & distributed by Lollesgard Specialty Company, mild wear at 3 corners. $4.00 ipj

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Indian art of the Navajos" home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Lockwood Ohio. Gorgeous. $2.50 i

Indian_IGirlMoulding-200_small.jpg Native American postcard available from Judnick.comNAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Indian Girl Moulding Navajo Rain Gods. / 5318.  Ancient Cliff Dwellings, Manitou, Colorado." with examples of her work at the left. The card is inherently confusing, with the back contradicting the front in some respects. In fact, the Manitou Cliff Dwellings are a tourist attraction in Manitou Springs, not Manitou. The Indian girl on the front is not Navajo but rather a Pueblo Indian from New Mexico, not Colorado. The cliff dwellings there are neither Navajo or Pueblo, but rather rebuilt from an Anasazi site elsewhere in New Mexico. Nonetheless, the rain gods are indeed Navaho! $5.00 i(n)c(m)

UncleSame_IndianLament-100.jpg (314274 bytes)NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "INDIAN LAMENT /  WIFE HE DIE / I SO SAD,MY O' HOSS / DONE GONE BAD. /  ... / NO MORE MONEY MAN / BY DAMN-- / I DONE VOTE FOR UNCLE SAM" 24 lines of poetry next to an image of Old Hosteen Yazzie (aged 110 years), odd linen mailed 1940 in El Paso Texas, faint corner crease, part cancel on front, discoloration along back edges. One of the last Navajo Indians to surrender to Army Scout Kit Carson. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Juan Pedro, Navaho". One corner chipped, another small corner crease. $3.75 &

NAVAHO / Naabeehó (ARIZONA). "Navajo Blanket Weaver, Phoenix, Ariz." actually two weavers with work in progress, color from R. L. Balke Indian Trading Co., unused, much corner & edge wear, long scratch on front, as is. $2.25 ai

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "NAVAJO HOGAN  C.13 / SEE OTHER SIDE FOR DESCRIPTION  121606" with interesting information on back, unused white-border era post card with J. R. Willis copyright, tiny spot of toning on back, trivial wear to one corner, otherwise fresh appearance. $2.50 i



NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Navajo Indians" showing a woman weaving with 2 girls helping, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 at Canton Massachusetts. $2.00 wi NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Navajos / SAND PAINTING" unused Petley chrome postcard, pertinent information on the back, fairly fresh. $1.25 i

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Navaho woman and daughter ride to the trading post on their burro for a little shopping trip near Cameron in Northern Arizona." mailed 1964, small corner crease. $2.75


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NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "Sand painters. Photo by Ray Manley. Unused older chrome. $3.50

NAVAHO / Naabeehó. "THE NAVAJO" signed L.H. 'Dude' Larsen art showing squaws doing rug weaving outdoors, unused linen postcard with 1940 copyright, excellent condition. $4.00 ia

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NAVAHO / Naabeehó.
"The Silversmith's Daughter 174 / SEE OTHER SIDE" showing a Navajo girl with a wonderful necklace, unused post card, unevenly toned at corners and edges from album contact both sides. $2.50 jgi

NEBRASKA. "NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY / ... /  PLATTE VALLEY by Charles S. Simmons." art depicting Indians about to attack a wagon train on the Oregon Trail, unused chrome from Dexter Press, a little toning in lower right back corner, otherwise fairly fresh. Attempting politically correctness, the legend on the back does not mention the Native Americans, only the scenery! $1.50 ai

NEW MEXICO. "COPR. FRED HARVEY / 79012 PENA BLANCA TIENDA, NEW MEXICO. ON THE SANTA FE AFTER PAINTING BY HAROLD BETTS" unused Phostint depicts Indian trading activity, small corner crease, slight yellowing of the paper with age, trivial corner wear. $4.00 nfia ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

NEW MEXICO. "Greetings / from / NEW MEXICO / The Land of Enchantment" chrome multiview postcard with 2 scenes including an Indian ceremony, mailed June 1958 (Albuquerque 250th anniversary slogan cancel), fairly fresh. $1.25 i

NIMIKISH (British Columbia). "C110. Totem Poles, Alert Bay, Vancouver Island, B.C." showing work of the Nimikish Indians, unused post card in color from the white-border era. $3.00. Same but a linen postcard with wear at the top edge & minor wear at 3 corners. $1.75 b(v)i(n) ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

NorthCarolina_Whittier_IndianTradingPost_small.jpg (3875 bytes)NORTH CAROLINA. "Reservation Trading Post + Pow Wow Grounds - Between Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C." including man & woman in traditional Indian dress out front, Ekc real photo with good contrast & focus, when managed by W. P, McCoy, trivial corner & edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ngi

OHIO. "The death of Chiksika" from the Tecumseh drama. Early chrome, pertinent information on back. $2.75

OKLAHOMA. "Greetings from OKLAHOMA The Sooner State" chrome multiview with many Indians in full regalia & a small herd of buffalo, H. S. Crocker Company, mailed 1968, tiny corner crease, mild edge wear. $1.00 oi

OKLAHOMA. "Hoop dance". Linen mailed 1950, with "El Reno...Tour 3" RPO cancel. $4.25

OKLAHOMA. "Oil rich Oklahoma Indians". Homemade (and, hence, unique) card made from a magazine illustration and mailed circa 1964. Interesting for costumes. $3.00

Indians_OklahomaI-100.jpg (298396 bytes)OKLAHOMA. "Oklahoma Indians /  78994-N" on a summit, unused white-border era, writing on back dates to 1952 and identifies them as Shawnee, slight yellowing of the paper with age, minor wear at bottom corners. $3.25 io+*

OKLAHOMA. "Oklahoma Indians" unused linen, ink spots on back. $2.00 oi*

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OREGON. "#97 / Indian Boy With Eels, Oregon" hoisting a pair, unused Kodak real photo post card wi6th good focus & contrast, pencil writing on back will probably erase well, good edges. $5.00 obi

Oregon_CelilioFalls_IndiansFishing_small.jpg (4462 bytes)OREGON. "INDIANS FISHING AT CELILIO FALLS / OF COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON--P6O" unused linen from E. C. Kropp, Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ofi

Oregon_Pendleton_LadyEagle_small.jpg (5284 bytes)OREGON. "LADY EAGLE EAGLE /  'HERE'S TWO / SALMON THE INDIANS / WON'T GET IN THEIR /  NETS!'" Pendleton Oregon QSL card with commissioned Runnin' Bare style art depicting two eagles with salmon, used but fresh appearance. $5.00 oif


PAPAGO. "San Xavier Mission, from Papago Indian Settlement" in Arizona.
Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ia

   
PAWNEE & POTAWATOMI. "WACONDA / SPRINGS / POST OFFICE / CLOSED / JUNE 15, 1955 // NO WAMPUM HERE-- WHITE MAN GIVUM / TO FOREIGNER" cartoon art bemoaning the post office closing there in Kansas, picturing their last day cancel in the stamp box & autographed by the postmistress Marjorie L. Bingesser beneath a cachet for the Waconda Spring / Great Spirit Health Resort in the back message area, unaddressed & unmailed, neatly annotated 'Mitchell County' on back, faint bottom corner crease, light spotty toning on back. Later, in 1968, the spring that was sacred to many Native American tribes -- such as the Potawatomi & Pawnee -- was permanently buried beneath the Waconda Reservoir waters. $10.00 iks-k


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PIEGAN. "PIEGAN INDIAN WARRIOR" an uncommon image in dark colors from the Anglo Indian Series, unused post card, much browning on the back from album contact, corner crease, edge wear. $5.00 ic

PAIUTE. "Paiute Indians, Nevada" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 from Chase Kansas, 2 tiny corner creases. $1.75 in(u)

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PLAINS INDIANS. Successful buffalo hunt. Linen post card mailed 1941.Images such as these are discussed in the lead article of Vol. 11 No. 1 Image file, published by the Curteich Museum. $3.00 *


PONCA. "PONCA MEDICINE MAN" unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, light album marks at the corners of both sides, one long corner crease. It is not specified which of the Poncas is shown here, but it is either the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma or the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. The last known Ponca medicine man was Little Dance who lived till 1933 knowing the ceremonial mysteries of paint mixing & the ritual of the forbidden sun dance. $12.00 im

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PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "120--INDIAN POTTERY VENDORS, / NEW MEXICO. /  ...This / scene at Acoma Pueblo..." unused linen on yellowish paper from Southwest Post Card Company, 1936 printing. $4.50 inp
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PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "212--PUEBLO INDIAN DRUMMER / The ancient tom-tom still sounds in the / Indian pueblos during fiesta time and cere- / monial dances. This Indian is a member of the San Ildefonso pueblo ..." circa 1940 unused postcard from the New Mexico Tourist Bureau, trivial corner wear, fresh appearance overall. $3.50 in(s)

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "5885 OLD CARRETA, LAGUNA PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO" color, Phostint post card in fairly fresh condition. $5.00

PUEBLO. "Carrying on the old rituals" Unused linen postcard, corner & edge wear. $3.50

test034_small.jpg Indian postcard available from LotsOfCards.comPUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Exterior of the Great Kiva / in Aztec National Monument" with art by Douglas Snow, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1961 at Alcalde New Mexico, minor corner wear does not affect the image, slight curl to the paper. These are Pueblo structures; Aztec simply refers to a nearby town. $2.50 n(a)a(s)i

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "H-2235  PUEBLO OF SAN FELIPI  COPR. FRED HARVEY" a bird's-eye view on Phostint postcard made by the Detroit Publishing Company, mailed FEB 5 1924 (clear ALBUQ. & ASHFORD T10 R.P.O. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Katherine Geiger in Toledo Ohio, small bottom corner crease with wear, other corner & edge wear is minor. Detailed description of the pueblo printed on back. $3.75 fn(s)di

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PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "H-3140  PUEBLO POTTERY VENDORS, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO" at the Santa Fe Station, as noted on the reverse; unused Fred Harvey post card with fresh colors & good edges, a few tiny speckles of toning on back, but the overall impression is excellent. $5.00 fi(p)pnr

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PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO).
"INDIAN PUEBLO / OLD LAGUNA, NEW MEXICO" unused Ekc real photo postcard from Frashers, residue from album mount at one front corner. $3.00 ni

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Inside the Great Kiva a ceremon- / nial chamber at Aztec National / Monument, N. Mex." with art attributed to V. Douglas Snow, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed at Aztec NM 1962, slight curl to the paper, trivial corner wear. $2.50 n(a)a(s)i(p)

test059_small.jpg Pueblo Indian post card available from Judnick.comPUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Looking down an a typical Kiva / in Aztec Nat. Monument N. Mex." with art attributed to V. Douglas Snow, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed at Espanola NM 1962, slight curl to the paper, trivial wear at one corner. $2.50 n(a)a(s)i NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Mother and her papoose entering their second story home." mailed 1950, long crease. $2.50

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PUEBLO. "No. 122--PUEBLO INDIAN WOMAN / BAKING BREAD /  These primitive mud or adobe ovens are..." linen postcard mailed JUL 9 1940 (Albuquerque transfer clerk cancel) to Ohio, tiny corner crease. $2.75 ic

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PUEBLO. "No. 175  THE CALL OF THE CLAN / The charming figure of an Indian Athlete / standing upon one of their sacred under- / ground Kivas. He is sounding his drum call- / ing his 'clan' together ..." unused linen post card, minor corner & edge wear, overall fresh impression. $3.75 i(p)

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PUEBLO. "Popovi / Maria" internationally know potters of San Ildefonso Pueblo in New Mexico, at work, mailed 1969, toned back but front is more fresh & colorful, pinhole at one corner. $2.00 (pi)

NewMexico_SanJuan_PuebloIndians-200_small.JPG Native American post card available from Judnick.comPUEBLO. "PUEBLO INDIANS. SAN JUAN, N. M." showing a family & their burro; sepia-tone real photo postcard circa 1913, slight oxidation, mild corner wear not into image. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 ni##

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Pueblo pottery vendors, Albuquerque, New Mexico". Fred Harvey published linen post card. Unused & fresh. $6.50

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PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "SAN ILDEFONSO INDIAN MAKING POTTERY" outdoors, with samples of her work beside her; unused postcard from a photo by Jesse L. Nusbaum, minor corner wear, otherwise fairly fresh.
Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 ipn(s)

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "Taos Indian Pueblo". Unused Curteich linen. Excellent condition. $4.25

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "The Kashare in the corn dance at Santo Domingo Indian Pueblo, New Mexico." Much pertinent information on back on the back. $4.25

PUEBLO (NEW MEXICO). "The Thayer Publishing Co., Denver. / 408.  Pueblo de Taos, Estufa in Foreground." post card mailed 19 AUG 1910 (light RPO cancel), 3 corners multiply creased, the other with wear. As is. $1.50 n(p)i






PURÉPECHA. "NATIVAS / DE JANITIZIO, MICH." showing indigenous Purépecha girls carrying pots, unused Papel Kodak real photo tarjeta postal, slight curl to the paper, good edges. In the background are the nets used to fish Lake Pátzcuaro that surrounds their island. $3.75 m(m)gi

Indian_TontoCliff-200_small.jpg Native American photograph available from LotsOfPhotos.comSALADO. "Tonto Cliff Ruins / Apache Trail" in Arizona, unused sepia-tone Azo (squares in corners) real photo post card with crisp focus & glossy finish, slight oxidation consistent with age, good edges. Dwelling shown was built by Salado Indians, circa 14th century AD. Surprisingly hard to find; we found no other offers, nor did anyone exhibit it on a webpage when we searched the Internet. $8.00 $7.00 SALE PRICE: SAVE $1.00 (12½% OFF) ci(s)a(t) -2


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SARCEE (OKLAHOMA). "Sarcee squaw and pony" and 2 tepees, color postcard with writing on back, corner crease, corner & edge wear, light toning on back, lacks freshness. $2.75 i+

SAUK (ILLINOIS). "LORADO TAFT'S STATUE 'BLACK HAWK' - on Rock River / Oregon, Illinois  17132" black-and-white post card from C. R. Childs, unused; long corner crease through a dark area making it faint; good edges. Black Hawk became chief of the Sauk Indians in 1788, and fought with the British Army in the War of 1812. $4,00 i(o)si

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SEMINOLE.
"155  A SEMINOLE INDIAN FAMILY IN THE EVERGLADES, FLORIDA" gathered under a thatched shelter for cooking, unused linen postcard, back has spots of noticeable toning. $3.00 f(e)i

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SEMINOLE.
"2039  SEMINOLE INDIANS IN THE EVERGLADES" showing 2 in a dugout, unused linen postcard with good edges. $2.50 fi%

SEMINOLE. "First Lesson" (archery). Unused linen post card. $4.75

SEMINOLE. "Florida Seminoles cooking their evening meal. / DR-777-c Photo Courtesy Florida State Development Commission" unused chrome postcard, fairly fresh. $1.50 if

SEMINOLE. "FLORIDA SEMINOLE INDIANS / MAKING A DUG-OUT CANOE" unused chrome post card, 2 small spots of light toning on back. $1.00 if(u)& NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

SEMINOLE. "Fur trading in the Everglades of Florida". Unused linen post card with hard-to-read copyright notice at lower left. Hides of raccoons, opossums, otters, alligators & snakes are important economically to them, but the trading activity is seldom seen. $4.25 I+fi

SEMINOLE. "INDIANS COOKING NATIVE STYLE / Be Sure To See / ROSS ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE / Seminole Indian Village / SILVER SPRINGS, FLORIDA" unused Curteich chrome, slight yellowing of the paper with age on back, good edges, fresh appearance. $1.50 if

MIXone_053_small.jpg Indian postcard available from Judnick.comSEMINOLE. "JUNGLE QUEEN--CIRCULAR JUNGLE & EVERGLADES CRUISE / ALLIGATOR WRESTLING / INDIAN TRADING POST / BAHIA MAR YACHT BASIN, FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH, FLA." chrome multiview post card mailed 1970, advertisement gives ship particulars (times, phone, sites visited, etc.), good edges. $3.50 f(f)s(c)pi(s)m

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SEMINOLE. "Seminole moving day". Mailed 1938. Stain on back. $2.50


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SEMINOLE. "Seminole Indian hunter in dugout canoe in the Everglades, Florida". Unused, white-border era, lightly toned back. $3.50

SEMINOLE. "Seminole Indians in the Everglades, Florida". Unused linen, lightly toned back. $3.50

SEMINOLE. "Seminole Indian village, near Miami, Florida". Unused linen. Excellent condition. $3.75

SHAWNEE. "Indian Council / SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN AMPHITHEATRE / Chillicothe, Ohio" from the outdoor historical drama 'Tecumseh!', unused chrome post card from Dexter Press, long lower corner crease in a dark area. $1.00 iot

SHOSHONE. "Shoshoni mama of Wyoming" showing young woman doing beadwork, her papoose illustrated on back; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964 from Farmersville Texas. $2.00 wi ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

Indians_Sioux_140-200_small.jpg native American postcards available from Judnick.comSIOUX. "140.  Sioux Indian Chiefs." standing alongside their horses, post card from the Hament Publishing Company intended for use by members of the United States Army (space for name & rank on back), very late usage at Sioux Falls South Dakota, both bottom corners with small crease, slight curl to the paper, noticeably toned both sides. $2.50 i(s)h

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SIOUX. "835 - SIOUX INDIAN 'CRAZY HORSE'" about to draw back his longbow in a wooded setting, color from Edward H. Mitchell, unused, long internal crease in a dark area of the image, faint album marks on back. Less romanticized than most such images. The coloration gives a sort of 3-dimensional you-are-there effect. Nice. $9.00 ima

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SIOUX. "903--Sioux Indians and Tepees, Frontier Days, Cheyenne Wyo." Linen from Sanborn Souvenir, unused, minor corner wear. $2.75 wi

SIOUX. "Abourezk's Store, Mission, South Dakota, / looking north on main street. This business was / established as an Indian Trading Post in 1898 / and is now a modern store in the middle of the / Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation." unused post card distributed by Rushmore News Incorporated, fairly fresh with good edges. $2.00 s(r)mi NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO

SIOUX. "Among the legends of the Sioux Indians are stories of a sacred cave, a cave of the winds, / ..." with reproduced Durenceau art showing a kneeling man, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 at Petty Texas. corner crease, lightly toned front. $2.00 sic

Fire_CrazyHorsePageantSouthDakota_small.jpg (5436 bytes)SIOUX. "CRAZY HORSE PAGEANT /  Hot Springs, S. Dak." with a Sioux teepee ablaze prominently, unused chrome post card. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 fsi

SIOUX. "Mt. Rushmore and Black Elk, a Sioux warrior." Unused chrome postcard, one serrated edge (from booklet). $2.50

SIOUX. "'ON UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM' / SIOUX INDIANS AND TEPEES, FRONTIER DAYS, CHEYENNE, WYO." unused linen post card, minor corner rounding, light toning shows in front borders, heavily toned back. $1.25 iwr

SouthDakota_BlackHills_SiouxIndianCamp-100.jpg (307346 bytes)SIOUX. "SIOUX INDIAN CAMP IN THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA" linen, unused, slight browning of the paper with age. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 s(b)ic

Indians_SiouxIndianPow_Wyoming-100.jpg (295079 bytes)SIOUX. "Sioux Indian Pow Wow Grounds  Buffalo-Tensleep Road" in Wyoming, unused Kodak real photo post card with good contrast & composition, minor wear at one corner, otherwise fresh. The name Sanborn is very faint in the lower right front corner, as is his number which looks like K865. We are told that K means that Sanborn was not the photographer. SOLD RECENTLY iw(b)

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SIOUX. "TEKAKWITHA INDIAN ORPHANAGE, SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA" showing its exterior, black & white postcard, minor wear to bottom corners. Back typed message acknowledges a donation & is signed 'Father John'. Undoubtedly for Wahpeton Sioux children. Named after Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, 'Lily of the Mohawks' whose canonization was by Pope Benedict XVI in 2012.
Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $5.00s(s)sic ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

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SOUTHERN PIUTE. "Squaw and Papoose / Ruth Nevada" the infant on a distinctive Southern Piute cradleboard, a Nevada Northern Railway train approaching them; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed there JAN 19 1913, 3 corners with small creases. Sender comments: 'This picture is exceedingly good. I often see just such when I am in Ely..." Well before the company town was moved 2 miles to the north to permit expansion of the Deep Ruth copper mine; in other words, Ruth is not at this place any more. Rare & interesting! Sold but its front is still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged & enhanced (publication-quality) 300-dpi scan in .jpg format. $3.75 n(r)r(n)i

NewMexico_Gallup_GreetingsFrom-200.jpg Indian postcard available from Judnick.comSOUTHWESTERN. "Greetings from / The Indian Capital / GALLUP / New Mexico" large-letter linen post card picturing Zuni pottery women in their annual parade, mailed there 1944. Back explains that almost 30 tribes gather there annually for The Inter-Tribal Ceremonial. $1.75 nli^

SOUTHWESTERN. "INTERIOR VIEW OF THE OLDEST AND MOST HISTORICAL INDIAN SPANISH AMERICAN WELL IN THE UNITED STATES / VISITED BY CORONADO--SPANISH EXPLORER--1541. GLORIETA PASS, N. MEX." postcard mailed 1933, faint corner crease, lightly toned back. $1.50

SPOKANE TRIBE. "Ignace Garry, chief of / Spokane Indians of Washington" shown in traditional attire, vertical format; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Poulsbo Washington, small corner crease, another corner has a small bend. The tribe is located in Wellpinit Washington. Shown left. $2.00 w(w)gi* "Twin papooses of Chief Ignace / Garry of Spokane Indians" showing them held by their mother in traditional attire, sell done home-made (and, hence, unique post card mailed 1962 at Port Blakely Washington (2 different cancels), trivial wear to 3 corners. A Garry still serves on the tribal council. Shown above right. $2.50 w(w)gi* ILLUSTRATIONS ADDED RECENTLY

STONY (SASKATCHEWAN). "CANADA / Indian Children of the Stony Tribe / Greetings from: / Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan" close-up of two with colorful headbands, chrome postcard mailed to New York. $1.25 is

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TARAHUMARA / RAMURI (MEXICO). "INDIO TARAHUMARA - DE CHIHUAHUA - CHIH." unused Ekc real photo postcard with wonderful composition & contrast, good edges. Reclusive residents of the Western Sierra Madres of the state of Chihuahua.
Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 m(c)i

TEWA / TANO (ARIZONA). "H-2286  CARRYING WATER TO TEWA, ARIZONA" showing 2 heavily laden women going up a slope, white-border era Fred Harvey Phostint postcard, mailed (almost complete TR10 ALBUQUERQUE & ASHFORD R.P.O. hand cancel) to Mrs. C. W. Davidson in Newtonville Massachusetts, bottom corner creased twice (both small), other corner wear is minor. $4.00 fi(t)a(t)

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TEWA (COLORADO). "TA-MO-TA-POVI (MORNING GLORY) / COO-CAG-ZA (CORN FLOWER) /  TEWA INDIAN FAMILY TWINS / GARD OF GODS, COLO." showing a smiling little boy & girl, unused Kodak real photo post card, tiny corner crease, internal crease, tiny spot of toning at one back edge. $7.00 ic


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TIWA. "New Mexico. On the Isleta / Indian Reservation." showing 2 Tiwa women, one with a basket on her head, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1961 at Wagon Mound. $2.00 ni

NewMexico_Isleta_11279_small.jpg First Nations postcards available from Judnick.comTIWA. "11279  DRYING PEACHES AT ISLETA, N. M.  DETROIT PUBLISHING CO." unused early white-border era post card album impressions at the corners, small bottom corner bend, other bottom corner with a small crease. Others offer expensive reprints; why not get the real thing from us? $10.00 ndfi

NYC_093_small.jpg indiginous people post card available from Judnick.comTLINKET / TLINGIT. "2038. B-TLINKET TOTEM POLE AND HOUSE / NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK." official postcard with very late usage at Glen Aubrey NY (2 different cancels clearly struck on back), considerable corner & edge wear. The Native Americans making this pole were located in Southern Alaska, and are more often referred to Tlingits. $2.25 in(n)a

TOBA. "Indias Toba Tabacal (Jujuy) Argentina." showing 2 semi-nude women in horizontal format from the waist up, unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with good focus & glossy finish, tiny ding in one edge. $14.50 ani(t)

Mexico_078_small.jpg Indian postcards available from LotsOfCards.comTOTONACS. "Totonacos / Veracruz, Ver." showing an indigenous Totonac couple, unused tarjeta postal, trivial wear at 2 corners. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 m(v)i^

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "184 THE YOUNG INDIAN SCOUT / Through a native inborn instinct all Indian / youths know the great out-doors..." showing a young man in full regalia seated on a cliff; unused linen postcard with trivial corner wear. $2.75 i

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "3453 CUPID OUT CANOEING" embossed art showing 5 Indian children, teepees on the background shore; 1904 Tammen copyright, unused postcard, exceptionally fresh for its age. $12.50 ic

Tobacco_IndianAndIrishman_small.jpg (3620 bytes)UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "854. /  The Indian and his pipe of peace / soon will pass away. / But the Irishman with his piece of pipe / will last for may a day." Racist sentiment on a color postcard with embossed image & undivided back, copyright 1906 by Tammen, lightly toned back, light album marks on back. $10.00 (it)

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "AMERICAN INDIAN EQUESTRIAN STATUE / (Detail) / VAN MESTROVIC, Jugoslav, 1883 - / Erected in Grant Park, Chigago" black & white postcard mailed 1954, lightly toned both sides, small bottom corner crease not near the image. $1.50 sii

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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "AT THE INDIAN MEDICINE LODGE" with a man & woman standing before its open door, unused linen post card in excellent condition. $3.00 im(f)*

AdCard_PennsTreaty_History_small.JPG (5017 bytes)UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Ayers Cherry Pectoral / Cures COLDS COUGHS &c / Penn's Treaty (1682 or 1683?) Over" with ad from Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. of Lowell Massachusetts on the back, fresh appearance, circa 1890 trade card. $10.00 *

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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "CHIEF HIGH HORSE /  3424" signed L. Peterson art with extensive embossing, front fresh, edges good, tiny spots of red toning on back obviously from production process. Nice! $12.50 ia
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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "COMING OF THE CROSS. /  /  COMMERCIAL COLORTYPE CO. / CHICAGO" showing Catholic priest holding up cross before a group of Indians, white-border era, unused, minor corner & edge wear. $3.25 ir


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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "INDIAN PRAYER / Great Spirit / Grant that I may not criticize my / neighbor until I have / walked a mile in his /  moccasins." with Indian on horseback drawn above, tape thin at top center, no postcard back, slightly smaller than a regular postcard, paper browning evenly withy age. A souvenir of the St. Francis Indian Mission at St. Francis South Dakota. $1.50 is

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Indian squaw and papoose" Unused linen. Few spots of discoloration near top, mostly in margin. $3.00





UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "INDIAN / SYMBOLS" unused continental postcard in near mint condition, exceptionally attractive. $1.75 i

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "INDIAN SYMBOLS / AND THEIR MEANINGS" explaining dozens of symbols, unused chrome from Dexter Press, slight yellowing of the paper with age. edge wear. $1.25 i*

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Indian witch doctor visiting patient"  Linen postcard with lightly toned front, lightly toned back & corner crease. $5.00

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "MUSEE HISTORIQUE CANADIEN INC., MONTREAL, CANADA / Jacques Cartier à Gaspé - Jacques Cartier at Gaspé" with art depicting his meeting with Native Americans, unused carte postale, 5 ugly album remnants on the back, stamp box thinned from album removal, as is. $1.00 im

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "NORTHWEST INDIAN CHIEF" in full regalia, unused Mike Roberts postcard, minor corner & edge wear. Dulling of colors marks it as a very early chrome. $2.00 i

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Station C.R.Y. broadcasting 'We want our mama'" with two papooses. Unused linen postcard, excellent condition. $4.75

Artist_Polluck_Indians_small.jpg (3738 bytes)UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "This strenuous life is telling on me." Indian boy pulls mule bearing 4 children & another pushing from behind, color with some embossing, signed Pollock art, writing on front, back is fresh. $5.00 ai

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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Three Braves 'Shot with the Kodak'  No.3  Franz Huld, Publisher New York" undivided back postcard in color, mailed from Valley Junction Iowa (clear OCT 24 1904 DPO hand cancel) by J. C. Heath, small corner crease, faint but long internal crease, minor corner wear, a few small spots of toning in front margins, faint album marks on back. $7.50 ip-i%

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UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "Totem pole spirits glare and / grimace through a spring / coat of paint." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1963 from Wilbur Washington, slight curl to the paper, minor corner & edge wear. Unusual subject matter. $2.50 i(u)

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "'TRAIL'S END' by Charles M. Russell. One of / the fine paintings of the Old West..." unused chrome postcard with fresh appearance. Now in the Whitney Gallery. $1.25 im

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE. Yellow Horse. Mitchell published. Light pencil writing on front. Unused. $7.50

UNSPECIFIED TRIBE (probably Montana). "Indian squaws dressing dogs for dinner". Morris published. Classic era. $11.50 (id)

Movies_LoewsDayton-200_small.jpg Native American paper collectibles available from Judnick.comlUNSPECIFIED TRIBE. "LOEW'S DAYTON / WEEK STARTING MONDAY, MAY 21st / CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG / --in-- / 'ENTER MADAME' / Broadway's Greatest Play in Years / CHIEF OS-KO-MON & CO. / In a Gorgeous Spectacle--'INDIAN REVERIES' / BOB FERNS & CO. / 'A Lease for Life' / ..." advertising postal card mailed May 19 1923 in Dayton to L. W. Adams of the same city, fairly fresh. Clara Kimball also starred in silent films, such as 'Eyes of Youth' & 'Mid-Channel' in the previous years. Rare: we found no others offered, shown, or even mentioned when we search the Internet. $15.00 o(d)mti(u)

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UTE. "1533 - CHIEF BUCKSKIN CHARLEY. (UTE)" Mitchell-published postcard with legible writing all over the back, mild corner & edge wear. Sold as high as $7.00 in the auctions, but we need only $5.00. mi

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UTE. "A Ute chief and his squaw. Mitchell published post card. Heavy pencil writing on front in sky. Unused. $6.50 im*

MIXone_187_small.jpg Colorado post card available from Judnick.comUTE. "Lithium Spring, Steamboat Springs, Colo." including a man-made wooden projection into it, unused sepia-tone postcard, large album remnant on back, good edges, very light water stain at the top. The milky waters of what is now called Lithia Spring were long thought by Ute Native Americans to provide rejuvenation. So this unexplained structure is probably an early effort to facilitate collection of its water for bottling & sale for medicinal purposes. Rare. Belongs in a museum. SALE IN PROGRESS ci

Colorado_ManitouSprings_UteChief.jpg (165595 bytes)UTE. "Ute Chief Manitou Natural / Soda Springs / Believed by the Indians to Cure All Ills…" postcard mailed 1963, round corners as issued. Unusual detail on the mineral content of the water. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 c(m)im

WAMPANOAG. "STATUE OF MASSASOIT /  Protector of the Pilgrims / Plymouth, Mass." unused chrome post card from Nevia Guidetti, fairly fresh. $1.00 ism

WANTED TO BUY. Indian chief trading cards from Redman Chewing Tobacco. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c

WANTED TO BUY. Real photos of Native Americans produced by the Lutz Studio. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c

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WASHINGTON STATE. "Ellis / 1623 / Indian totem Pole - State Capital Grounds - Olympia. Wn" unused sepia-tone Ekc real photo postcard, minor wear at one corner. $3.25 wi

WINNEBAGO. "CHIEF CLOUD / Winnebago Indian / A veteran performer of 40 years at the Stand Rock Indian Ceremonial ..." showing him in full regalia, unused chrome post card in vertical format, tiny spot near one back corner, otherwise quite fresh. $2.25 id

Nebraska_Winnebago_TheWIndian-200_small.JPGWINNEBAGO. "THE WINNEBAGO INDIAN MISSION AND COMMUNITY CENTER" showing its exterior, black & white postcard, numeral written on the back may not erase well, minor wear at a bottom corner. The facility is also a children's shelter and was maintained by the Reformed Church in America. We believe it became the Winnebago Reformed Church there. $5.00 nci


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